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  • Olivia Wilde Joins Haiti Relief Efforts

    Angelina Jolie, Goodwill Ambassador of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, talks to a ten year old Haitian boy who lost a limb during the Jan. 12 earthquake, as she visits the MSF Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Feb. 9, 2010.
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  • Olivia Wilde Joins Haiti Relief Efforts

    Angelina Jolie greets children at the SOS NGO Village in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Feb. 9, 2010.
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  • Celebs Rally for Haiti Maria Bell Diane Lane Olivia Wilde

    Olivia Wilde is the latest celebrity to rally for relief efforts in Haiti. Wilde and Artists for Peace and Justice hosted an Artists for Haiti Benefit Jan. 28, 2010, in Los Angeles. Joining in the festivities were Rashida Jones, Maria Bello and the Diane Lane. Wilde tweeted on the event, saying, "APJ event a HUGE success! thank you to all who came and to all who have donated! It was an incredible evening."
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  • Celebs Rally for Haiti

    George Clooney has joined forces with Wyclef Jean and MTV to host "Hope for Haiti," a telethon to raise money for earthquake victims, airing tonight. All proceeds from the telecast will be split among five relief organizations operating in Haiti: Oxfam America, Partners in Health, the Red Cross, UNICEF and Wyclef's Yele Haiti foundation. "It's a big world out there, and we all have a lot of responsibility to look out for people who can't look out for themselves," telethon organizer George Clooney said in an MTV interview. "So what we can do is first and foremost, raise money. Period. That's it."
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  • Hollywood for Haiti Taylor Swift

    Country singer Taylor Swift will appear alongside Keith Urban, Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock for a special group performance during the "Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief" telethon.
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  • Hollywood for Haiti Robert Pattinson

    Robert Pattinson will appear on "Hope for Haiti" from London. The "New Moon" star will host the telecast from the U.K.
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  • Hollywood for Haiti Beyonce

    Beyonce will perform during the "Hope for Haiti" telethon. The singer will join husband Jay-Z, Rihanna and U2's Bono in London to help raise funds for Haiti in the wake of last week's 7.0-magnitude earthquake.
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  • Hollywood for Haiti Bruce Springsteen

    Bruce Springsteen will perform with an all-star celebrity cast during "Hope for Haiti."
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  • Hollywood for Haiti Alicia Keys

    Alicia Keys will join Bono, Sting, and Christina Aguilera in a performance to benefit "Hope for Haiti."
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  • Celeb Haiti Leonardo DiCaprio

    Leonardo DiCaprio has donated $1 million to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (CBHF), to support near-term assistance and long-term recovery efforts in Port Au Prince. "I am grateful for the generous gift Leonardo DiCaprio and his Foundation have made in support of our Clinton Bush Haiti Fund," President Clinton said. "Combined with the outpouring of donations from Americans and citizens around the world of all means, this support will go a long way to help save more lives, reach more people with emergency assistance, and help the Haitian people build their nation back stronger and more secure than it was before the earthquake."
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  • Hollywood for Haiti Meryl Streep

    Actress Meryl Streep attends the New York premiere of "It's Complicated" at The Paris Theatre on December 9, 2009 in New York City.
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Amy Fisher

    Amy Fisher, the infamous Long Island Lolita now turned stripper, has offered to donate a portion of her proceeds toward the earthquake relief effort in Haiti. The mother of three launched her own porn site last year and embarked on a tour as a stripper for hire across the country.
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Rihanna

    Singer Rihanna performs Bob Marley's "Redemption Song" on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" Jan. 20, 2010. The song can be downloaded on iTunes, with all proceeds going to Hope for Haiti Now. This "Oprah" show was dedicated to the earthquake-ravished city of Port-au-Prince.
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Maxwell

    Maxwell also performed during "The Oprah Winfrey Show" Haiti special Jan. 20, 2010. For a limited time, proceeds of Maxwell's single "Fistful of Tears," will benefit Hope for Haiti Now.
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Seal

    Larry King's charity telethon for Haiti - Seal
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Susan Sarandon

    Larry King's charity telethon for Haiti - Susan Sarandon
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Scarlett Johansson

    Larry King's charity telethon for Haiti - Scarlett Johansson
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Sarah Ferguson

    Larry King's charity telethon for Haiti - Sarah Ferguson
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Russell Simmons

    Larry King's charity telethon for Haiti - Russell Simmons
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Larry King

    Larry King held a charity telethon Monday for Haiti to raise money for the Red Cross and UNICEF.
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti John Mayer

    Larry King's charity telethon for Haiti - John Mayer
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Jennifer Lopez

    Larry King's charity telethon for Haiti - Jennifer Lopez
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Bill Clinton

    Former U.S. President Bill Clinton helps unload a cargo plane at Port-au-Prince airport in Haiti Jan. 18, 2010. Clinton has called on Americans to donate cash to relief efforts. "The number-one thing we have to do for the next few days is to concentrate on the basics," he said. "Unless you're in a search-and-rescue team or a medical team, the best thing you can do is give money for food, water, shelter and first aid supplies. Those are the things we need," Clinton told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos in an interview for "World News."
  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Sandra Bullock

    Sandra Bullock donated $1 million to Doctors Without Borders. "I wanted to ensure that my donation would be used immediately to meet the needs of the Haitian people affected by this catastrophic event," Bullock said.
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  • Celebrities Rally for Haiti Lady Gaga

    Lady Gaga announced that all proceeds from her Jan. 24 Monster Ball concert in New York City will go to relief efforts in Haiti. She will also donate all the money from the merchandise she sells that day at the concert and on her Web site. The singer is selling Haiti relief t-shirts on her Web site. The shirts display her image, the word "Haiti" and the colors of the Haitian flag.
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  • Celebs Rally for Haiti

    Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are well-known for their humanitarian efforts, so when a 7.0 earthquake devastated Port-au-Prince, Haiti Jan. 12, 2010, they responded as they often do. The couple donated $1 million through the Jolie-Pitt foundation to Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres. "It is incredibly horrible to see a catastrophe of this size hit a people who have been suffering from extreme poverty, violence and unrest for so many decades," Jolie said in a statement. Pitt said, "We understand the first response is critical to serve the immediate needs of countless people who are now displaced from their homes, are suffering trauma, and most require urgent care." The couple is seen here at Immaculate Conception School in Port-au-Prince Jan. 13, 2006.
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  • Celebs Rally for Haiti

    Ben Stiller had ties to Haiti before the earthquake that hit Port-au-Prince Jan. 12, 2010. His organization, Stiller Strong, raises money and awareness for the Save the Children's Ceverine Community School Project in Haiti. Stiller joined Wyclef Jean to urge people to come to Haiti's aid by donating money. Stiller told Larry King that the school, which he visited in July 2009, had been completely destroyed in the earthquake. He said he plans to go back to Haiti and help in any way that he can.
  • Celebs Rally for Haiti

    Alyssa Milano donated $50,000 to relief efforts in Haiti through UNICEF, and she is challenging corporations to do the same. "I challenge any corporation to match my $50,000 donation to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. 100% of every dollar will go directly to supplies that include tarpaulins, water-purification tablets, oral rehydration salts, family water kits, medical supplies, medical kits, food, shelter, and protection," she wrote on her Twitter page.
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  • Celebs Rally for Haiti

    Tiger Woods has also become involved in the relief efforts in Haiti. "I can confirm the Tiger Woods Foundation will be supporting the people of Haiti. We're currently researching the most effective plan to aid in the relief effort. Historically, we have found being part of the rebuilding effort to be the most effective approach for the Foundation," a rep for Woods stated.
  • Celebs Rally for Haiti

    UNICEF ambassador Tea Leoni appeared on "Larry King Live" Jan. 13, 2009 in an effort to raise awareness about finding missing family members and providing aid to the earthquake victims in Haiti.
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  • Celebs Rally for Haiti

    Coldplay front man Chris Martin is another celebrity hoping to raise awareness and provide aid to Haiti earthquake victims. Martin visited Haiti with Oxfam in 2002 to meet coffee farmers supported by the charity. "It's a country of extreme poverty and brutal living conditions; most people in Port-au-Prince live in tin shacks... the earthquake that has struck Haiti will have turned the city into an unimaginable hell, the people of Haiti will be desperate for help and assistance - you can make a donation at," Martin said in a statement.
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